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  • What Makes Act Blue Special

    The 15-year-old organization Act Blue because a fundraising behemoth because of it’s split it features that Act Blue asked the FEC in August 2014 if it was legally allowed, which was the beginning of their meteoric rise in fundraising for the democrat party.
  • Election Campaigning on Social Media (review)

    While campaigns use Facebook and Twitter differently during the campaign the study found that they don’t stray far from the public conversation in subject matter even why the researchers took into account new issues from social media
  • Volunteer Voter Contact Formula

    Voter Contact Formula
  • Check List for Yard Signs

    While I think yard signs are a bad idea if you do what to use yard signs then this is a simple check list so you at least make less worries.
  • How to Recruit a Grassroots Army

    Democrats routinely field more effective volunteer armies than Republicans, largely due to the help of their allies in organized labor. But Democrats have also had more success building grassroots organizations because they’re often better at communicating with and organizing their base.
  • Social Media Strategy

    What is a Social Media Strategy A Social Media Strategy is becoming a critical part of every political and non-for profits strategy, and unlike other digital strategies, your social media strategy is built with a framework and general policy. The first part is the Strategy that will act like...
  • Starting a Political Action Committee

    A Political Action Committee (PAC) is often the best way to make a difference in politics. In this post we will go over the key differences between the two most common PACs, and an overview of the steps you will need to take to start and terminate a Nonconnected PAC....

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